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A simple induction argument on positive integers N shows the following. Sup­ pose V is an affine subspace of R p , U C R p is open with V n U ^ 0, and fi,f2,---,fN,9i,92,---,9N € A(p,g) such that for each x € V n U, {fi(x) : i = 1 , . . , N} = {gi(x) : i = 1 , . . , N } . Then there is a permutation a : { 1 , . . , TV} —► { 1 , . . , N} such that for each i = 1 , . . , N, /<|V = <7<7(i)|V. (7) 0*(n, 1) C Hom(R n , R) denotes the set of all orthogonal projections R n —► R. (8) For each positive integer p, 0(p) C Hom(R p , R p ) denotes the orthogonal group of R p and GL(p, R ) c Hom(R p , R p ) denotes the (general) linear group of Rp.

1(0), fa\W(i) has not been defined by the above criteria while for each j = 1(0) + 1 , . . , fc(0), fa\W(j) has been so defined. Corresponding to each i = 1 , . . , W(i, k(i)) of codimension 1 of W(i) such that UjW(i, j) contains UZ* n W(i) U U{W(i) n dY(j, k) : W(i) \$_ Y(j, k)} U U{W(i) n W(j) : j = 1 , . . , t - 1,* + 1,. ,1(0)} and then let fa\W(i) be a standard Lipschitzian retraction of W(i) onto UjW(i, j). ,k(i)}UUZ*)nni2o4>loo\Q* 1Q.. (iv) The definition of the {

Q-l}. , op are permutations of { 1 , . . )P},je{l Q-l}, (c) Z, Z' € Z" implies Z n Z ' € Z*. Clearly /iT = card Z* < oo. ,ap) is a P-tuple of permutations of { 1 , . . , Q} we set Z*(tr) = Z* n {Z : Z c X(a)}. The definitions of Z* and the Z*(a), X(CT), and Y(i, j) are for use in the present chapter only. 3 corresponding to each 2 < rj < oo and 0 < e < oo. In particular p is a retraction of RPQ onto Q* and imp*(77, e) C Q*. (9) A function / : R m —► Q is called affine if and only if there exist gi, ■ ■ -,gQ € A(m,n) such that / = X)iLiIs»l.